Come flu season, teachers like me try to make sure they are keeping their class surfaces bacteria-free. That's great but staying clear of bacteria should be a concern with every paper cut and minor scrape, in the classroom, at work, on the field or in your home.StaphAseptic is a must-have for your medicine chest and first-aid kits to help prevent skin infections caused by bacteria. StaphAseptic is a maximum strength antiseptic, but it's non-irritating and antibiotic free. The lidocaine in StaphAseptic helps end stinging treatments and soothes the pain caused by minor cuts, scrapes, and burns. Adding StaphAseptic to a healthy lifestyle is effective in preventing bacterial infections like the ones caused by staph, MRSA and other germs.MRSA by the way is Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus - and this is a staph infection that is resistant to common antibiotics and is now appearing at alarming rates in the form of infections! Triple antibiotic wound treatments can't prevent MRSA, but StaphAspetic can skill 99.9% of antibiotic resistant staph. StaphAseptic can't cure MRSA but when you take precautions like keeping your hands clean, not sharing personal items, showering after physical activity and keeping wounds covered, using StaphAseptic can help prevent infections like the ones caused by MRSA.
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